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New Delhi: An investigation by Mumbai and Bihar Police into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case would have result in a “chaotic situation”, mentioned the Maharashtra Police in its reply filed in the Supreme Court on Saturday.

“Chaotic situation”

A duplicate of affidavit accessed said that “an investigation by the 2 totally different states police into the identical incident, which had occurred in a single state solely, will result in a “chaotic situation”, because the investigation of 1 state police could intervene with the investigation of one other state police.”

Bihar Police didn’t have jurisdiction

As the Bihar Police didn’t have jurisdiction to research into the FIR or look at witnesses, the query of co-operation by the Mumbai Police into the simultaneous enquiry by the Bihar Police didn’t come up, the Maharashtra Police told the highest court docket in its affidavit.

Vinay Tiwari aimed toward “obstructing the investigation”

Stressing on the quarantine of IPS workplace Vinay Tiwari, who went from Bihar to Mumbai to research Rajput’s death case, the Maharashtra police denied the suggestion that the quarantine of Tiwari was aimed toward “obstructing the investigation” by the Bihar Police.

FIR was completely malafide

“The action of Bihar Police in not transferring the FIR and continuing with the simultaneous inquiry into the offence alleged into the FIR was totally malafide and violated the principles of federalism enshrined in the Constitution,” the Maharashtra Police said in its 20-page affidavit.

It additionally said that the CBI shouldn’t have registered an FIR on the request of the Bihar authorities in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case.

“In the present facts and circumstances of the present case, the FIR ought to be transferred as a Zero FIR to the Bandra police station, Mumbai,” the Maharashtra Police said in its reply earlier than the Apex Court.

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Mumbai Police are investigating the incident pretty

Further, it was additionally submitted {that a} honest, correct, skilled and neutral investigation has been and in addition can be performed by the Mumbai Police.

“The Mumbai Police are investigating the incident fairly, properly, professionally and impartially,” the Maharashtra Police said in its reply.

During the course of the investigation, the Mumbai Police, has, thus far, recorded the statements of 56 individuals and is investigating the info and circumstances resulting in the death of the late actor, from every angle, the Maharashtra Police mentioned.

Supreme Court to listen to on August 11

The Supreme Court will hear on August 11 (Tuesday), the petition filed by Rhea Chakroborty in search of to switch a First Information Report (FIR) in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case from Patna to Mumbai.

A petition has been filed by actor Rhea in the apex court docket in search of switch of investigation in the case to Mumbai, mentioned her lawyer Satish Maneshinde on July 29.

An FIR had been registered in opposition to Rhea at Rajiv Nagar police station in Patna beneath numerous sections, together with abetment to suicide on the grievance of Rajput’s father.

Rhea questioned by the Enforcement Directorate

On Friday, Rhea was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) at its workplace in Mumbai in reference to Rajput’s death case. The company additionally questioned Showik Chakraborty, Rhea’s brother, and Shruti Modi.

Meanwhile, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has collected paperwork associated to the actor’s death from Bihar Police.

Sushant was discovered lifeless at his Mumbai residence on June 14.

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